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Gov. Beshear: Many KY Businesses Can Now Increase Capacity to 60 percent as COVID Cases Continue decline

COVID-19 cases decline for seventh straight week, positivity rate declines to 4.84 percent

Bulldog Report

FRANKFORT, Ky. (March 1, 2021) – On Monday, Gov. Andy Beshear announced 18 industries can increase capacity to 60 percent as the state completes its seventh straight week of declining COVID-19 cases.

The Governor reported the lowest number of new COVID-19 cases since Sept. 28 and the lowest positivity rate since Oct. 18.

“Today, we have more good news than at any time in the pandemic. We’ve never seen what we are seeing now in terms of a downward trend. Previously, we had experienced only three consecutive weeks of declining cases,” said Gov. Beshear. “COVID hospitalizations, ICU admittance and those needing a ventilator have either decreased or stabilized.

“This capacity increase is an initial step where we will watch and see to ensure we don’t see a corresponding increase in cases.”

Gov. Beshear said he intends to increase child care capacity to regular group size on March 15 if positive trends continue.

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